Tag: Community

Library of Things arrives in Brixton This Month

Library of Things is on a mission to make borrowing better than buying. Set up by 3 close friends, the Library of Things started...

We Rise are Hiring

We Rise the award winning community business based in Brixton with a mission to empower young people to create successful futures. They create life-changing...

Reclaiming their streets: SW9 Street Champions

We have all been added to street WhatsApp groups, meeting neighbours for potentially the first time. One such group in Brixton, initially set up...

Stockwell’s Secret Garden Party

This Sunday (21 July) writer and columnist Deborah Orr is throwing open the gates of Stockwell’s Secret Garden, Spurgeon Garden on Teversham Walk. Just six...

Brixton children’s centres receiving multi-million pound upgrades

Work has started on the refurbishment of Loughborough Children’s Centre costing nearly half a million pounds. It is part of Lambeth Early Action Partnership’s...

OurSpace are making noise this spring

  Community space project ‘OurSpace’ have just launched a crowdfunding campaign to help with the training of 21 local people from Angell Town, Tulse Hill...

Local charity seeks grant applications

The local Thrale Charity is again seeking applications for grants of up to £5,000 from organisations based in Brixton and surrounding areas. A total of...

Brixton charity seeks paid home‑based carers

Brixton-based charity Grace Eyre is looking for people to become paid carers in their own homes. The Shared Lives scheme supports people with learning disabilities, older...

Miranda Brawn Foundation announces 10 new diversity scholarships

The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation launched its third annual lecture during Black History Month on 27 October in central London. Over two hundred...

Council consultation planned on budget cuts

Lambeth council will have to cut another £43m from its spending over the next 4 years as a result of continuing government cuts to...

‘There are places in Brixton from back in the day that...

Still around after more than 20 years, being burnt down and spending four years closed, Café Cairo epitomises the Brixton spirit. James Perrett finds...

Local volunteers and council win awards for work resettling refugees

A community initiative working to resettle refugees locally has been recognised as one of the nation’s leading groups of its kind. Herne Hill Welcomes Refugees...

Brixton at tipping point

Brixton is at a “tipping point” says campaigners against noise and anti-social behaviour in the centre of town. They say that, while it is becoming...

Gala weekend for Grove Adventure Playground

Grove Adventure Playground in Loughborough Junction opened its doors for a Gala Benefit last weekend (end October) and put on a night to remember for...

“Windrush : Portrait of a Generation” comes home to Brixton and...

Leading church figures in South London have joined forces to bring Windrush: Portrait of a Generation – which received widespread acclaim earlier this year...

Council consults on Brixton Street Market Action Plan

Lambeth council has launched on online consultation on its Brixton Street Market Masterplan and Action Plan. The deadline for responses is 19 October. Have...

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